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The Graphic Alphabet by David Pelletier
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Dec 09, 11

Read from December 03 to 09, 2011

1. Alphabet
2. Learning the alphabet has never been more fun. Taking real life elements and putting them into drawings with the letter being taught.
3. a: The strongest element of the book is its ability to have such dynamic pictures.
b: The dynamic pictures help the students see real life examples of the world around them.
c: The biggest picture that I enjoyed was "S" is for steps. Making an "S" and making it look as if it was created out of steps. This makes them see how the world around them is an alphabet.
4. I would use this to teach the alphabet, or even if the students take a look at it themselves to refresh or learn about the alphabet. It would be neat if the students took pictures of things around them that looked like a letter from the alphabet.

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